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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Beauty Haul | Zoella Beauty, Soap And Glory, Real Techniques Bold Metals & Urban Decay PLUS Mini Reviews

This post basically consists of products I have heard many rave reviews about and are products that have been on my wishlist for a while! I finally decided to take the plunge and purchase them and I can finally tick them off my wishlist. I have used these products for a good couple of weeks so this post will also include mini reviews!

Zoella Beauty Soak Opera - £5 | When I heard Zoella was creating a beauty product line, I wasn't too hyped up about it. But when I saw her products were being sold in my local Superdrug I decided to try a few. The Soak Opera is a really nice bubble bath. The scent is very fresh but has a sweetness to it too which I love. It also creates lots of lovely fluffy bubbles which I really like.

Zoella Beauty Fizz Bar - £5 | This paired with the Soak Opera is like the perfect combination for the perfect bath. You get eight little squares but I use two at a time as I feel it makes it more luxurious. Again, like the Soak Opera is smells lovely and fresh, perfect match for relaxation. But when used on there own, the make the bath water lovely and creamy and makes your skin feeling super soft.

Soap & Glory Kick Ass Concealer - £10 | I really like the cute packaging of this concealer. It comes with two different shades - one for under eyes and one for blemishes. It also has a little sponge and setting powder in there too along with a mirror which makes it perfect for touching up on the go. As for concealing, each side does a good job and I really do like it. I do find that I do need to use the powder to set it otherwise it does crease straight away.

Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer - £17 | I have never tried such a creamy concealer. It has a weird but effective applicator. It's like a normal sponge applicator but either side of it is flat and it has enough product on either side to apply to both of your under eyes. I would say the coverage is medium but can be buildable. I got a shade slightly lighter than my skin tone and it's perfect for brightening my under eye circles but still conceals them at the same time.

Real Techniques Bold Metals Flat Contour Brush - £22 | I love trying out new makeup brushes and RT brushes are definitely my favourite. So when I heard they were releasing a new collection I was very excited. Slightly stunned by the prices of their Bold Metal collection, I only purchased one; The Flat Contour Brush. Price aside, this is such a lovely brush to use to apply bronzer when I want to contour but it's also great at apply highlighter to the top of my cheekbones! The bristles are super soft too which feel lovely on the skin.

If you would like a full review on either of these products then leave me a comment below :)

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Emily x 

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  1. I have also just bought the Naked Concealer but i haven't tried it yet, cant wait to give it a try x
    Emma | Emmys Blog

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  2. It would be great if you reviewed the Urban Decay Concealer, I find it difficult to find one that conceals but doesn't leave my skin looking chalky!
    Great post :)
    Kay.
    www.baninibeauty.com

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    1. I will definitely do a review on the Urban Decay Concealer! x

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  3. Ah I really have to try that soap and glory concealer!! Lovely post :)


    www.georgiajade.com

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  4. I love everything you've picked! I need to get that brush like asap though, hahah!

    allthatshimmers.co.uk xo

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  5. You bought some lovely goodies! I love the look of that brush! x

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